2023 Vulcan Village Handicap Betting Odds at Haydock Park racecourse

Saturday, 10 June 2023

There are a host of four-year-olds heading the betting market for the 2023 Vulcan Village Handicap, with La Yakel having won twice last season. Trainer William Haggas will hope that his horse returns to the track with a bang when lining up at Haydock Park, with Cumulonimbus looking like a decent contender for Charlie Fellowes.

The ground continues to harden ahead of the off, with Groundbreaker finishing fourth last time out and the Andrew Balding-trained horse can potentially come on for this run, while Dark Pine was a runner up on a previous outing. Good Show is a four-year-old looking to land a double, with the latest horse racing odds now available.

2023 Vulcan Village Handicap Tips

La Yakel could potentially be the class horse in this race, with William Haggas having seen his runner perform well as a three-year-old. Last October, the horse was fourth out of sixteen runners at Newmarket, with the runner sent off as favourite in the Old Rowley Cup Handicap before falling short. Previously to this came a win in the Lavazza Stakes at Ascot.

Cumulonimbus was a winner in a previous outing when landing a victory at Newmarket, with the four-year-old securing a triumph in the National Stud Consignment Handicap, with the Charlie Fellowes-trained runner able to oblige by a neck over one mile and four furlongs, with the horse having previously fallen short as favourite at Pontefract.

Groundbreaker is among the betting favourites when it comes to the 2023 Vulcan Village Handicap, with the German-bred charge finishing fourth in the Precision Facades Handicap over one mile, two and a half furlongs. The horse outran his odds of 20/1 when finishing fourth in the Dubai Duty Free Handicap at Newbury Racecourse.

Dark Pine is a six-year-old capable of hitting the frame, with the horse running really well at Chester last time out. The horse was priced at 25/1 for the TMT Group Handicap and came close to landing a shock win before being touched off by favourite City Streak, with Good Show coming into this race off the back of a success at Hamilton.